Dr. Hyun Jin Preston Moon

Realizing the Vision of One Family under God.

Thought Leader, Social Entrepreneur, Award-winning Author,
Man of Faith, Family Man.

Centennial Edition

Korean Dream:

A Vision for a Unified Korea

North Korea today is a rogue state threatening global peace and challenging the conscience of humanity. In the South, Koreans now face long-term social consequences from the pursuit of economic development at all costs. In Korean Dream, Dr. Hyun Jin Preston Moon presents an innovative way forward on the Korean peninsula. He explains lucidly why Korean unification is the ultimate answer to security, economic, and social problems created through 70 years of division.  

Special Remarks at the 2021 Global Peace Convention Plenary

Keynote Address

August 14th, 2021

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Issues and Ideas

One Family under God

Celebrating the International Day of Conscience

Celebrating the International Day of Conscience

The 73rd UN General Assembly unanimously adopted resolution A/RES/73/329 declaring April 5th the International Day of Conscience. The resolution, sponsored by the Kingdom of Bahrain, called on members states of the United Nations to build a “Culture of Peace with Love...

Faith Leadership in Times of Crisis

Faith Leadership in Times of Crisis

[The] power of faith can be harnessed to inspire, guide, and motivate people to heal divisions, resolve conflicts, and build ethical societies. —Dr. Hyun Jin P. Moon (Korean Dream) More than ever, people are looking to faith leaders to seek out cues and clues on how...

Korean Dream

On Hongik Ingan and the Future of the Korean Peninsula

On Hongik Ingan and the Future of the Korean Peninsula

Koreans in the North, South, and in the diaspora trace their origins back millennia to the mythological story of Tangun, the ancestor of the Korean people. And running like a thread throughout our 5,000-year history is the ideal of Hongik Ingan, which roughly...

Korea’s Divided Families: Over 70 Years of Heartbreak

Korea’s Divided Families: Over 70 Years of Heartbreak

South Korean Choi Gye-Wol (L) kisses the hand of her grandson Kim Chol-Bong as her son Kim Young-Nam watches before she returns to her South Korean home after the Separated Family Reunion Meeting on June 30, 2006, at Diamond Mountain in North Korea. (Lee Hun-Koo/Getty...

Universal Principles & Values

Remembering the First Thanksgiving

Remembering the First Thanksgiving

…beyond these many differences, we are one family who shares the same origin in the Creator God. The vision of One Family under God can unite us since it shows the pathway to true global unity in diversity. - Dr. Hyun Jin Preston Moon (Global Peace Convention, August...

On Hongik Ingan and the Future of the Korean Peninsula

On Hongik Ingan and the Future of the Korean Peninsula

Koreans in the North, South, and in the diaspora trace their origins back millennia to the mythological story of Tangun, the ancestor of the Korean people. And running like a thread throughout our 5,000-year history is the ideal of Hongik Ingan, which roughly...

Korea’s Divided Families: Over 70 Years of Heartbreak

Korea’s Divided Families: Over 70 Years of Heartbreak

South Korean Choi Gye-Wol (L) kisses the hand of her grandson Kim Chol-Bong as her son Kim Young-Nam watches before she returns to her South Korean home after the Separated Family Reunion Meeting on June 30, 2006, at Diamond Mountain in North Korea. (Lee Hun-Koo/Getty...

Moral & Innovative Leadership

Quotes to Inspire You on International Day of Peace

Quotes to Inspire You on International Day of Peace

"To tackle the obstacles before us that undermine peace and development we need, at every level – from the highest echelons of government to the smallest village community – leadership that is both moral and innovative." —HJM (Global Peace Leadership Conference 2018,...

Preparing for Spring

Preparing for Spring

The Right Attitude in Times of Challenge The more we overcome, the more we gain in wisdom, understanding, and building a character that does not give way to panic in times of crisis. In the US Pacific Northwest, spring is a big deal. From the dark, rainy, sometimes...